Regular cleaning and maintenance will save you money and extend the life of your heat pump or HVAC unit.

Seasonal tune-ups are the best investments you can make in your system. Not only do they mean your system is running efficiently but most HVAC companies require regular maintenance to maintain your warranty coverage. That’s why we recommend making a service appointment twice a year to check, calibrate, test, inspect and clean your system.

The most common HVAC maintenance services include the following:

Air Conditioner and Heat Pump Services
Check and correct the refrigerant charge
Check and change filters
Inspect and clean drain pans
Check evaporator coils
Clean debris from the condenser
Tighten electrical connections
Clean air handlers/drain lines
Check air flow settings
Check and confirm amp draw
Clean condenser coils

Furnace Services
Inspect the heat exchanger
Check flame sensors
Test the b-vents
Adjust burners when necessary
Measure the furnace gas pressure
Test/Inspect the blower assemblies
Test primary circuit boards
Check ignition systems
Test safety controls
Test/Inspect gas valves



Highly skilled technicians can solve any heating, air conditioning, duct, furnace or ventilation issue you have.

When it’s hot and humid outside, HVAC issues can be serious. If the condensor is wheezing or wining, if warm air is blowing out of the vents or your compressor doesn’t even start after running, it’s time to get an expert set of hands on it. And contrary to belief, many times the repair doesn’t cost as much as you think.

The most common HVAC repairs include:

Repair / Replace Services
Refrigerant leaks
Compressor failure
Power interruption
Frozen evaporator coil
Thermostat malfunction
Mechanical wear and tear
Water leaks
Unit won’t turn on
Unit won’t turn off
Not blowing cold air
Not blowing warm air



Heat pumps and HVAC units don’t break down on a schedule. That’s why reputable HVAC companies provide 24/7 emergency service.

If you’re having a dangerous or unexpected problem late at night or over the weekend, don’t wait hours before calling for help. Especially if it’s very hot or cold outside and you have young children or older adults living in the home. Mild temperatures do reduce the urgency, however.

If your home is reasonably comfortable, you can probably wait a day or two to have your problem fixed. But otherwise, get the help you need ASAP starting right here.